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HC restrains unauthorised broadcast of Tokyo Olympics by cable operators

New Delhi: The Delhi high court has restrained the unauthorised broadcast of the upcoming Tokyo Olympics by several rogue websites, multi-system operators, and local cable operators. The much-awaited international sports extravaganza is set to begin on 23 July and conclude on 8 August. The court...

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MSOs see recovery in subscription collection post lockdown

At the beginning of the Covid2019 crisis, distribution platform operators (DPOs) witnessed a sharp drop in collections from subscribers. After months of lockdown and controlled movements, major multi-system operators (MSOs) are seeing stability in their collections from June end.

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TRAI launches channel selector app

MUMBAI: In a move to facilitate consumers to view their TV subscription and choose the channels of their interest while removing the unwanted ones, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India launched a channel selector app.  TRAI said that after issuing the new tariff order for broadcasting services...

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Cable subscription collection sees 80% drop due to COVID-19

Cable operators have been facing problems in the collection of subscription fees since the third week of March as restrictions on social distancing started. Moreover, the countrywide lockdown has caused them more distress.

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MIB demands confirmation from MSOs regarding carriage of all DD channels

MUMBAI: The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB) has sought affidavits from both existing MSOs as well as fresh applicants that they are carrying all 24 DD channels, besides Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha TV channels, on their TV network.

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